An economist with a doctorate from Yale, Yellen has been president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco since 2004.
What does L stand for?
L stands for Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of L
- Klaipedos Zaliakalnio Vidurine Mokykla (secondary school; Klaipeda, Lithuania)
- Korea Zero Waste Movement Network (Seoul, South Korea)
- Krakowskie Zaklady Wyrobow Papierowych (Polish paper products company)
- Kapela Ze Wsi Warszawa (Polis: Warsaw Village Band)
- Komisioneve Zgjedhore Zonale (Albanian: Zonal Election Commissions)
- $100 Cigar
- 50 (Roman numeral)
- Azimuthal Quantum Number (used in formulae in quantum physics)
- Central Ontario (postal code designation, Canada)
- Cold Weather (US military aircraft modified mission symbol)
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As of June 18, 2005, the Salt Lake City Branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco will no longer process checks, and banks that are served by that office have been reassigned to the Denver Branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco provides wholesale banking services to financial institutions in the nine western states through the home office in San Francisco and its branches in Los Angeles, Portland, Ore.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The Portland Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco will open next Monday, February 6, in leased space at 1500 SW First Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97201.
Bay View Capital Corporation San Mateo, California The Federal Reserve Board announced on October 11, 2000, the execution of a Written Agreement by and between Bay View Capital Corporation, San Mateo, California, and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Thanks to event host Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Hakusan Saki, the Miyako Hotel and Elka Definitive Seafood Restaurant.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco announced today that three new members will join the Bank's Advisory Council in 2006: Grace Evans Cherashore, president and CEO of the Evans Hotel Group in San Diego, Cathy Luke, president of Loyalty Enterprises in Honolulu, and Roderick Wendt, president and CEO of JELD-WEN Inc.
These "talking points" are stored in locked files at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in accordance with FOMC security procedures.